Radicchio Pizzoccheri

L'Antro dell'Alchimista
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Radicchio Pizzoccheri
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Description

This Alpine apres-ski dish is designed to be hearty and satisfying--and preferably enjoyed by a roaring fire. Pizzochiere are noodles that are made from buckwheat flour, which contribute nutty taste as well as welcome heft. Look for them at Italian food markets and online. You can substitute semolina fettucine or pappardelle, but the flavor won't be the same. The noodles are layered with potatoes, cheese, onion, and radicchio and baked until the cheese is melted and everything is heated through.

Ingredients

400 grams noodles (buckwheat pizzoccheri, or egg tagliatelle, fettuccine)
150 grams butter
200 grams asiago (cut into cubes)
100 grams grated parmesan cheese
1 head radicchio (or Treviso variety lettuce)
200 grams potatoes
1 red onion
salt

Directions

1In a saucepan, melt the butter and saute the finely sliced onion, add the washed, dried, and sliced radicchio.
2Season with salt and cook for a few minutes to sweat the radicchio lightly, allowing it to still maintain some crunch.
3Boil a pot of water and add the potatoes cut into cubes.
4After 5 minutes, add the pizzoccheri pasta and 1 tablespoon of salt; Cook for approximately 15 minutes and drain.
5Layer the pasta and potatoes in a hot pan with a layer of butter, onion, and radicchio, Asiago, and parmesan cheese. Repeat the layers again with the pasta and potatoes and finish off the last layer with butter and an additional sprinkling of parmesan.
6Bake for 5 minutes in the broiler and serve hot.
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NutritionView more

1000Calories
Sodium60%DV1440mg
Fat86%DV56g
Protein75%DV38g
Carbs28%DV85g
Fiber20%DV5g

PER SERVING *

Calories1000Calories from Fat500
% DAILY VALUE*
Total Fat56g86%
Saturated Fat33g165%
Trans Fat
Cholesterol230mg77%
Sodium1440mg60%
Potassium700mg20%
Protein38g75%
Calories from Fat500
% DAILY VALUE*
Total Carbohydrate85g28%
Dietary Fiber5g20%
Sugars4g8%
Vitamin A
Vitamin C
Calcium
Iron

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.